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Assessment of spatial distribution and potential ecological risk of the heavy metals in relation to granulometric contents of Veeranam lake sediments, India.
- G. Suresh, P. Sutharsan, V. Ramasamy, R. Venkatachalapathy
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
- 1 October 2012
The contents and spatial distributions of heavy metals (Cd, Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn) have been studied in surface sediments of Veeranam lake, Tamilnadu, India. Heavy metal contents are higher in open… Expand
Benthic Diatoms in River Influenced By Urban Pollution, Bhavani Region, Cauvery River, South India
The present-day study assesses diatom communities in river with relation to environmental conditions. Diatoms are susceptible to environmental conditions in river and their distribution is mainly… Expand
Microplastics in different environmental compartments in India: Analytical methods, distribution, associated contaminants and research needs
Abstract This study aims at reviewing the scientific literature related to microplastic (MP) pollution in various environmental matrices in India and highlighting the research gaps for future… Expand
AGE OF THE EXOTIC LIMESTONE IN NAOTHALUNG AREA OF HUNGPUNG VILLAGE, UKHRUL DISTRICT, MANIPUR STATE, NORTHEAST INDIA
Diatoms as water quality indicators in the Cauvery River, South India
River is the most important natural resources for human life. A river is defined as a large natural stream of water emptying into an ocean and lake. Moving water dilutes and decomposes pollutants… Expand
Wave and Tidal Studies off Kanyakumari Coast, Bay of Bengal, India
Ocean dynamic studies on the variability of the tides and wave characteristics have been studied in relation to the wind condition along the Kanyakumari Coast, Bay of Bengal during the NE and SW… Expand
Assessment of potential ecological risk of microplastics in the coastal sediments of India: A meta-analysis.
Abundance, chemical composition and ecological risk of microplastics (MPs) in terrestrial and marine environments have merited substantial attention from the research communities. This is the first… Expand